11 spotlight Tropical Outdoor Design Photos

Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
Ideabooks6,548
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the summer months, then bring it indoors.Design tip: Add outdoor lighting to complete the mood, whether it's candles, a fire pit or subtly placed spotlights and downlights. One of the joys of the tropics is enjoying the evening under the stars, and you want to be able to do the same in your own space
“Chairs” — Jess Stone
Lori Gilder
Lori Gilder of Interior Makeovers Inc.
Ideabooks4,721
Questions3
Spotlighting the built in furniture and dual fans
“perfect!” — Mary Logan
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Modern Perch
Ideabooks21,794
Questions8
Spotlights in roof
“Love this style” — tammysauve
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
International Style
Ideabooks4,094
Questions5
“Calm and serene” — Superior Interior Design
www.KarlGercens.com
Canna 'Pretoria'
Ideabooks2,318
Questions2
Temperate climates. Anyone can grow tropical bulbs, even if those bulbs spend only a few months in the spotlight. Plant them along with spring-blooming bulbs once the days warm up, and they'll continue the show until the first frost. Grow them in containers
Temperate climates. Anyone can grow tropical bulbs, evewn if those bulbs spend only a gew months in the spotlight. Plant them along with spring-blooming bulbs once the days warm up, and they'll continufe the show until the first frost.l Grow them in containers
Temperate climates. Anyone can grow tropical bulbs, even if those bulbs spend only a few months in the spotlight. Plant them along with spring-blooming bulbs once the days warm up, and they'll continue the show until the first frost. Grow them in containers so
“plants” — pipbe2
Tropical Landscape
Ideabooks2,631
Questions1
Lush foliage is essential. A tropical garden is not the place for the plant collector who wants every plant to have its own spotlight position. Tropical gardens are filled with plants, overlapping one another, climbing on top of one another, filling in the space below and up high
Lush foliage is essential. A tropical garden is not the place for the plant collector who wants every plant to have its own spotlight position. Tropical gardens are filled with plants, overlapping one another, climbing on top of one another, filling in the space below and up high
“Garden” — coasty
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Boardwalk Bathing
Ideabooks56
Questions0
bathroom add visual interest. For a similar look, use woven candleholders to add texture and create a feel of intimacy, and position an underfloor spotlight to show off the beautiful cascade of water from the showerhead to the bath.
“Romantic!” — miguelon317
SolScapes
7 Reviews
Tropical, modern small spaces
Ideabooks822
Questions1
Like the spotlights on the second level
“entrance” — laiquak
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